Reclaim Sunday Weekly Blog

Happy Sunday!

Trinity Sunday carries a depth to our one God in Father, Son and Holy Spirit. St.Patrick is said to have used the shamrock to illustrate the Trinity.  Our Father generates life in us thru his son in the Holy Spirit.  Were we to see that we are vessels of his spirit we may take better care of ourselves and those around us.  Honestly getting to Mass every Sunday is our hope of fulfillment to this life through all evidence of our failing. Instead of seeing the sum total of our vulnerabilities we could see the 'hand of God' at work, breathing into us the new life in his Spirit thru the sacrifice of his son is salvation the days would be transcendently hopeful.  A priest understands the brevity of life and pressing mission at hand.  Trinity Sunday allows us readiness for next week's Corpus Christi Sunday.  This is the true presence.  Wishing God-Father, Son and Holy Spirit a Happy Father's Day and thanks for all he is preparing us to receive.  Lord, look after all those who are in need of your care.

Peace!

Happy Sunday! Come Holy Spirit! In the upper room when the doors were locked, Christ appeared. The Holy Spirit comes to fill us with the breath of renewal. Acceptance of the will of God is awareness of a higher order in the realm of the ordinary. We pray in Thanksgiving for all recent ordinations and those who will enter seminaries this Fall. Instill in us this Sunday an unwavering hope in Heaven where at last true unity will reign. If you found your way here to reclaimsunday.net we are praying for you. Keep going. The advocate, the Holy Spirit is here in our days. Mary, mother of the church bring us to your son. Peace!
Happy Sunday! The fates of Heaven have opened! Are you preparing for the out pouring of the Holy Spirit next Pentecost Sunday? Peace!
Happy Sunday! Already and not yet are the things of Heaven in this world. This Sunday we ask if others know we are Christians? Christ centered his life on the will of his father. When we deepen into this all is seen as passing by. As we remain in the Easter Season we continue to give thanks to God for giving his life for us. We notice the beauty of creation and await his mission for us. We give thanks for all the newly ordained priests and for the newly married. Wishing all Sundays of light and restoration. Peace!

 

Happy Sunday!

We hear in today's Gospel of John to 'Love one another.'  So it is in this season of priestly Ordination when the will of God comes to fulfillment in the life-time witness to a priest to the beloved church.  In a blaze of illuminosity the light of the risen Lord casts out the darkness as new bearers of heavenly mercy, Jesus Christ!  No less in the distance are the parents and family and parish priests who have nurtured the sprout of vocation now fully realized.  May we pray in Thanksgiving unceasingly this Sunday for all the new ordained, their mentors, parents, formators and, God parents and parish communities fostering vocations.  A new day has dawned.  Let us rejoice and be glad!

Peace!

Latest comments

10.08 | 02:45

I do appreciate your way of evangelization in this year of Faith. On the day of Lord, let us do those that foster our relation with him: mass, scripture reading

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08.08 | 13:04

Studying in Jerusalem several years ago, I was very moved by the power the Sabbath has to reclaim and rejuvenate lives of believers, a time for complete rest.

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30.04 | 22:05

Sunday is the day of the Lord. Let us come to Him as a family specially on this day to celebrate him and share the joy with others present in the church

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29.04 | 13:30

Sunday is the most precious day of the week, time for reflection, Mass, family, and often religious studies, reflection, writing and ministry.

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